Wednesday, May 11, 2011

ASNJ Meeting May 21, 2011 Roebling, NJ

Board Meeting 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Break 11:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Brown Bag Lunch

President's Welcome 1:00-1:10 pm



1:10-1:30pm Coming full circle at George Mason’s Gunston Hall, Wendy Miervaldis and Claudia Wending



1:30-1:50pm The Power of Choice: Reflections of Economic Ability, Status, and Ethnicity in the Foodways of a Free Black Family in Northwestern New Jersey, by Megan E. Springate and Amy K. Raes



1:50-2:10pm, “Salvage Squared”: Salvage Archaeology at the Warner Farm Prehistoric Site, Mt. Laurel, NJ Sandra H. Bierbrauer, Richard Regensburg, Jack Cresson, and Antoinette Collins Richard Stockton College of New Jersey


2:10-2:30pm, Newark’s Iron Coffins, by Scott Warnasch and Michael Audin



2:30-2:50pm, Archaeological Investigations at the Gully Site (28-Mo-351): A prehistoric camp in Central New Jersey. Jesse Walker, Richard Grubb & Associates, Inc.


Directions to Roebling Museum



The Museum is located at 100 2nd Avenue in Roebling, NJ. It is readily accessible from the Riverline. The museum is located a mere 1000 from the Roebling stop of the train, and is the building on the huge parklike lot with the giant wheel that is located right next to the train stop. If you are traveling by vehicle, the museum can be reached by traveling on Rt. 130 and turning West at Hornberger Avenue. You travel just over ¼ mile and cross over the railroad tracks, past the train station and 2nd Avenue is immediately in front of you. The Museum is 500 feet down the street and the only building on the right side of the street. However, there is access to a parking lot right at the railroad tracks. You need to drive past the back of the train station and follow the signs further back to the Museum parking area.

If you are using Rt. 295, then you use exit 52, then you head west towards Florence. You travel 2 miles until you reach Rt. 130. At the light, you make a right turn and head north and travel ¾ of a mile to the next light, which is Hornberger Avenue. Make a left turn here and follow the same directions to the Museum.